High Stakes Summit Comes To An End


President Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un ended the Summit in Singapore with the signing of a document. 

The two leaders signed an agreement that included four major changes between the two countries. The biggest being North Korea’s commitment to complete de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.  

The U.S. and North Korea also committed to peace and prosperity and to forming a new relationship moving forward. President Trump agreed to security guarantees for Korea, while Kim reaffirmed his commitment to complete de-nuclearization. 

“I told people I thought this would be a successful meeting if we got along, we developed a relationship and we could’ve maybe gotten to this point in three or four months from now. But it really happened very quickly. A lot of that was because of the foundation was put down before we met,” Trump said. 

This was the first time a sitting U.S. President came face-to-face with a North Korean leader. 

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